The Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre. We use our unique collections and unrivalled expertise to tackle the biggest challenges facing the world today. We care for more than 80 million specimens spanning billions of years and welcome more than five million visitors annually. Our vision and strategy: We aim to challenge how people think about the natural world – its past, present and future. Read about our vision and strategy. Annual reviews: The Museum is a top UK visitor attraction. More than 300 scientists work here. Discover the range and relevance of our activities. National impact: Our impact reaches far beyond the Museum’s sites in South Kensington and Tring. Discover how we work with partners to inspire learning and participation in science.
1. More than 350 scientists work here in earth and life sciences, our core research labs and library and archives.
2. An acclaimed research institution, we publish over 700 scientific papers a year with international collaborators.
3. Our 80 million specimens span 4.5 billion years, from the formation of the solar system to the present day.
4. The Museum is uniquely placed to prepare, digitise, analyse and interpret natural history materials, from mosquito DNA to Martian meteorites.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Natural History Museum London that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.
The following is the list of scholars from Natural History Museum London who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences